It's the third different month in three shows! The British Motor Show was traditionally always held in October, but last year it shifted to May to avoid clashing with the Paris exhibition and to try to bring in more world debuts.
British Motor Show attendance at the NEC has been on the slide for years. From a high of 908,000 in 1978, only 461,000 turned up last year. We spoke to bosses to see how they felt about losing the show. Here is their statement...
How long does it take to make a concept car? Six months is about as quick as most mainstream manufacturers can manage it - but Italian engineering firm Stola has gone from sketch to full-size prototype in only five weeks.
How much would you pay for a motoring one-off? This is Maserati's Boomerang, a 1971 concept that's widely regarded as one of the most influential prototypes ever. It's just gone under the hammer at Christie's in Paris - for £538,000.